Queenslanders in communities impacted by the unfolding flooding disaster across the state’s South East can apply for Commonwealth financial support from 1pm today.
The Morrison Government has activated the Disaster Recovery Payment (AGDRP) of $1000 per eligible adult and $400 per eligible child to support people impacted by the South East Queensland flooding event that began on 22 February.
The Disaster Recovery Payment is a one-off, non-means tested payment and is available to eligible people in those affected local government areas who have suffered a significant loss, including a severely damaged or destroyed home or serious injury.
Eligible Queenslanders in the local government areas of Gympie and North Burnett can claim support via myGov or by calling Services Australia on 180 22 66 from 1pm Queensland time today (28 February).
You have until 12 July 2022 to make a claim for the following Local Government Areas:
- Fraser Coast
- North Burnett.
Learn more about the Australian Government Disaster Recovery Payment on the Services Australia website.
There are 3 steps to claim the Australian Government Disaster Recovery Payment. You can view the steps on the Services Australia website.